Transmit

 

 

 


 

Supported Hardware

The hardware supported is shown in the table below.

  Radio Notes
Anan 10, 100 Requires protocol II. Supported, being tested.
ANAN 10E, 100B Requires protocol II. Supported, being tested.
ANAN 100D  
ANAN 200D  
ANAN 8000DLE Requires protocol II. Supported, being tested.
hackRF  
LimeSDR
Lime SDR Mini
 
Ettus B200
Ettus B210
 
Ettus - Other  

 

 



ANAN Antenna

This section explains the operation with a separate receiving antenna such as the Wellbrook loop, for example:

Transmit - doublet or dipole (ANT1),

Receive - loop antenna (RX).

With some of the more basic ANAN models such as the 10E the RX port (usually a SMA connector) is always inline during receive, so you will normally switch the transmitting antenna out of line during receive so only the loop antenna is active.

When you select the Antenna option RX/Ant 1 (ribbon bar, Home pane, Radio panel) the antenna selection is actually switched from Ant 1 to Ant 3 during receive so only the RX antenna is active. When you switch to transmit the antenna is switched back to Ant 1.

ANAN Firmware

The OpenHPSDR Ethernet Protocol is the only protocol which will be supported for transceivers during 2016 / 2017. This protocol is supported via firmware updates on TAPR Hermes boards and ANAN transceivers from Apache Labs. (Other interesting projects such as Hermes Lite will only be supported if the project itself implements this protocol.)

► This new firmware is still being tested and will be used in the PowerSDR Thetis release. When this is available together with new firmware installation software you will be able to use the ANAN support in this software. The SDR Console is an alternative to PowerSDR, not a replacement.

"One protocol to bind them all " etc.